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  • Nick ERVINCK, "AELBWARTS."
    lichtervelde BELGIUM

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Nick ERVINCK: As an artist I was always fascinated by the future and the idea of recombination, mutation, and manipulation. With this series I wanted to question the status of flora in the 21th century and fantasize about how our flowers, plants, and fruits will look like in the future.

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  • Nick ERVINCK, "ESAVOBOR."
    lichtervelde BELGIUM

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Nick ERVINCK: In order to reconstruct the past, an archaeologist interprets historical remains. As an artist wondering how this discipline can be relevant for his sculpting practice, Nick Ervinck starts from fragmentary pieces to build up a new personal and digital space.

    ESAVOBOR, recollecting a roman vase, is a hybrid entity which is build up with interconnecting parts.

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  • NOITEM
    lichtervelde BELGIUM

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Nick ERVINCK: NOITEM is one of my most recent works. These works will be respresented as huge lightboxes. As a Rorsach-stain, these works have no single-point perspective and can be interpreted in different ways. For this series I don’t use my trademark color yellow but push the boundaries with very poetic and mysterious results. Desperately we try to search for forms we recognize but these creations don’t seem to fit in any category. Floating in an infinite space, the serie is like a shadow of the past. You can compare it in a way to “nachbilder” or “afterimages”: optical illusions we see for the short moment after we looked directly into the sun.

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  • IERTU, NIKEYSWODA, GARFINOSWODA, SNIBURTAD, ELBEETAD
    lichtervelde BELGIUM

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    nick ERVINCK: Whoever studies Ervinck’s work is constantly torn between two worlds, virtual and physical. As an artist he refuse to close himself in one of the two worlds. This hybrid zone between therefore remains the ultimate playground for his imagination, a place where art and technology come together in a kind of monstrous beauty.

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